Part 1 — Author: Daigensui Damn the Armor, Full Penetration Ahead! Add in the fact that if Experimental 57 mm Tank Gun Shin had been developed, you would have been able to fit it into the same mount as 7. Japanese or Chinese; I believe that this statement could be true. However, as name, it makes absolutely no sense. Japanese heavy tanks lacks real weakspots on front, but at cost they are much worse at angling than their counterparts due to either terrible side armor or having weak cheeks on front that becomes easily penetratable when angled. Having played a few more lines since I do believe it's one of the hardest ones but one of the more rewarding lines in regards to 'learning the game'. I got into the British line because I am from New Zealand and our military histories in the world wars are practically one.
The tier 5, O-I Experimental, is the transit between starting tiers and higher tiers. Armor was very thin, 25 mm front, 20 mm sides and rear. Cupola becomes smaller but much weaker, now being around 200 mm effective at center still trollish at sides but it is a bit smaller target than it is now. Japanese light tanks offer good speed and agility, culminating into the Type 5 Ke-Ho, which is small, fast, agile, and packs a surprising punch. Tier 6 premium: Shinhoto Chi-Ha Short 12cm Another experimental project with little information available.
Since this thing is fully enclosed it could lead to a second td line in the Japanese tree if we can find more top tier projects. The Ho-Ni I looks quite similar to the Panzerjäger I with a 76 mm gun mounted on an open casemate. The first look at the Japanese tech tree was shared by the developers, along with pictures of 6 new tanks. I'd actually recommend the Comet though. Historical accuracy: And due to the stuff above, the historical accuracy of the line is unsurprisingly often questioned topic. It never went past paper concept due to there being only one Ke-Ho prototype produced by the end of the war.
Type 4: According to this: , the Type 4 was the second super-heavy design, continued from O-I that was rejected in around 1943. Now this thing is now slow but neither fast. The main rule of thumb is that you should carefully examine where to put the credits and experience or you will be stuck. It mounted an improved Type 1 in an enlarged turret, which gave the tank slightly better performance. Nobody outside of the room knew what was going on. The low-pen Chi-Ri and its big slabby cardboard sides and I did not get along, although maybe I might do better now with more autoloader experience under my belt.
All following vehicles in this line feature the same characteristics as the O-I: thick armour, great guns, and non-existent mobility. It has a look similar to the Jagdtiger but much weaker armor. It is difficult to say which is true or false. I think this gun or something similar was proposed at one point which lead to the development of the tier 7 candidate. Flat armour is unlikely to bounce anything unless angled. It can basically 2-3 shot tier 2s and kill them in a few seconds. Generic pro's and cons for British tanks.
The Medium tanks, along with their light tank cousins, are somewhat lacking in armor overall compared to their international peers. The structure of the transmission was the same as the Type 97 Chi-Ha however the gears were heavy. Arms Race Never Ends While good skills are important, research makes your life easier. Where is the second and third, then? The Low tier Japanese heavy tanks, The Type 91 and Type 95. Like I said however, there were tons of unclear information, rumors and misconceptions. I'm preaty comfrtable in the T34-85, the mobility is great, the gun is awesome for Its tier and the turret can be bouncy at times. It is also referred to as the Type 98 Chi-Ni light tank by some sources.
Great armor scheme, gun is mostly reliable for the closer engagements you will be in. Which World of Tanks Tech Tree is Better? Will depend heavily on gun arc and gun performance to either make or break it. There are quite alot of errors and questionable things: — Ho-I is already in-game Chi-He with top turret and 7. It would pack bit more of a punch than other derp mediums in the tier, but at cost of having very low shell velocity, thinnest armor and bit worse mobility. Other nations, especially Japan, are considered requiring decent skill to carry the battle. All of the sources for these projects are from the Internet so a lot of known vehicles are to be expected.
Here i am again with a tech tree showcase. Armor must stay otherwise there is no point in having this line. And they make up for that with huge size arty magnets , very poor mobility easy flank and very weak side armor anything can pen. Somewhat dull names, but whatever. Type 4 Ho-Ro Back to unarmored territory! And I honestly think this is a much more spread thing than what you would think. But there are no reason to reject recoilless rifels.